• Welcome to the International Protestant Church of Brussels

    At IPC, EVERY person is welcome, for we celebrate the fact that no-one is excluded from God’s love

  • IPC is a different kind of congregation

    We celebrate our diversity; we are intentionally interdenominational and intentionally international.

    We see our diversity as a strength, reflecting the wonderful spectrum of God’s creation in the world around us.

Join us in our inclusive church. Everyone is welcome.

The IPC Brussels

What’s new at IPC

Summer Holiday

Each Sunday – morning worship at 11:15 followed by Fellowship.

Summer Worship at IPC is always a bit “different”! Be ready to choose your favorite hymn for our opening hymn medley. Casual dress is welcome, as the sanctuary can get warm at times. Special treats are always welcome (you can sign up on-line).

While the IPC Choir enjoys well-earned Summer holidays, we are looking for volunteers to share their talents and passion for music. Would you like to perform during one of more Sunday sermons this Summer? Contact Pastor Sam or send us a message.

More news:

  • Sunday, June 9 Pentecost. Sunday worship at 11:15. We bade farewell to our dear Pastor Murray Frick and our Music Director Sue Frick after 13 wonderful years with the IPC
  • Sunday,  June 16 – Sunday worship at 11:15 will be lead by Pastor Sam Wolff. Join us also for the Fellowship right after
  • Saturday, June 29Meet and Greet Pastor David McCarthy
  • Sunday,  June 30 – Sunday worship at 11:15 with the sermon by Pastor McCarthy. Immediately afterwards – Congregational Meeting and Voting

We hope you can join us!

If you are interested or have questions, please:

Mission of the month – Pastor’s Dicretionary Fund

Mission of the Month – June

“Tuamoyo Street Children”

The mission of the month in June  has been proposed by our interim pastor, Sam Wolff. Tuamoyo means “of the heart” in Swahili. Our interim pastor Sam Wolff and his wife Cindy have started this initiative and remain engaged in its success.

The project addressed the issue of thousands of street children on the streets of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. These children were displaced mainly by the AIDS epidemic that left many orphans as well as those who sought the call of the bright lights of the city to escape poverty. The organization works as an NGO and it offers temporary housing, medical and educational care, food and counseling, as well as a program to help struggling families feed and educate their children so they do not or be forced to leave the home. One of the best ways to help street children is to work to keep them off the streets.

Read more at http://www.ipcbrussels.org/mission-of-the-month/